Sarah Simpson

Lake Flashback: Abandoned chickens, back to school, kite skier dies

Remember these stories from Cowichan Lake?

Flashback: A couple of rescues and a lack of power

Remember these stories from Cowichan Lake

Sarah Simpson column: Scaling a mountain and life lessons

“When was the last time we went up Old Baldy?”

Cowichan sisters go viral on TikTok for early onset dementia awareness efforts

It was just two years ago that Jean Collins’s sister Kathy was diagnosed with early-onset dementia.

Flashback: Bad news all around for history’s early Septembers

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Sarah Simpson Column: Coronavirus and school feels like a no-win situation

I began writing this column — not this specific one but you…

Duncan traffic stop leads to discovery of suspected explosive device

RCMP blocked off several roads overnight from Aug. 28 to 29.

Sarah Simpson Column: Screen time offers more than meets the eye

This column is going to make it seem like all my children do is watch screens

Cow Ex responds to COVID-19 with “UN”FAIR-20

No drop-ins this year, only appointments

Lake Flashback: A new cop, a new recreation proposal, and maybe a new mill

Welcome to Lake Flashback. Reporter Sarah Simpson has been combing through old…

Sarah Simpson Column: U-pick a family favourite adventure

The other weekend my son insisted he join me in running out…

SD79 back-to-school details to be announced Aug. 26

The official start day for students within the Cowichan School District is…

Flashback: Summertime fun: Youbou Regatta, toads, and shutdowns

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Five new handyDART buses serving Cowichan

Buses to replace older vehicles being removed from the fleet

Sarah Simpson Column: Finding nature at home

It was time to call in reinforcements.

UPDATE: RCMP use spike belts to end car chase — man in custody

The driver was arrested at the scene a short distance from his vehicle

Sarah Simpson Column: The joys of jumping in to rescue migrating toads

the street was speckled with little black dots — each representing a Western Toad